SESSIONS' PROGRAM


Session
1. SIVYLLA chair: Deb Hughes Hallet 
Session
2. DAMO chair:Johan Engelbrecht 
Session 3.
THEANO chair: Karen Thrash 
Session
4. DIDO chair: Ignatis Vakalis 
Session
5. FIVI chair: Doug Quinney 

09:30  09:50  Robert Nocker (Austria) The Austrian TI92 Project: Observation Windows  Christopher Barling (Australia) Managing Change with New Technologies: An Evolving Mathematics Program for Scientists and Engineers  Gary Davis, Arthur Jones, Catherine Pearn (UK/Australia) Sensitive Dependence on Initial Conditions: Concept Image vs. Concept Definition  Israel Kleiner (Canada) Abstract Algebra: A ProblemsCentered and Historically Focused Approach  Marian Kemp, Barry Kissane, Jen Bradley (Australia) Learning Undergraduate Statistics: The Role of the Graphics Calculator 
09:50  10:10  Lester Coyle, Lawrence Moore, David Smith (USA) WebBased Learning Materials: Design, Usage, and Resources  Mirek Majewski (PapuaNew Guinea) Scientific Notebook: An Interactive Approach in Teaching Mathematics  Rudolf Taschner (Austria) Constructive Mathematics for Beginners  Elena Nardi (UK) Mapping Out the FirstYear Mathematics Undergraduate's Difficulties with Abstraction in Advanced Mathematical Thinking: Findings from a CrossTopical Study  Marsha Paulus Nicol, Patrick Shields (USA) Can Calculator Usage Enhance Mathematical Understanding, Thereby Enhancing Physical Understanding? 
10:10  10:30  HansWolfgang Henn (Germany) Pilot Project Mobile Classroom  Fernando ToledoMontiel (Chile) Biological Kinetic Transport Models  Hamutal David, Nitsa MovshovitzHadar (Israel) The Effect of Quantifiers on Reading Comprehension of Mathematical Texts  Sisko Repo (Finland) Constructing Advanced Mathematical Concepts in Computer Environments  Onno van Herwaarden (Netherlands) Teaching Mathematics for Agricultural and Environmental Studies: The Use of Mathematical Applications 
10:30  10:50  Freyr Thorarinsson (Iceland) Integrated Use of Webpages, Spreadsheets and Textbooks to Create an Interactive Learning Environment in Higher Mathematics  Stelios Kapranidis (USA) A Mathematics Based Calculus III Course and its Effects on Calculus Based Physics Courses  Jurie Conradie, John Frith (South Africa) Island Algebra (Algebra for Teachers)  Emmanuel Lazaridis, Harold Lehmann (USA) WeBBRSA WebBased Bayesian Reasoning System for Interactive Learning (#110/1.54)  
10:50  11:10  Gene Klotz (Math Forum) (USA) Interacting with Students via the World Wide Web  Matthias Kawski (USA) SpaceAge Projects for an Integrated Vector Calculus  Yasar Ersoy (Turkey) Introduction and Implementation of Information Technologies in PreService Education of Mathematics Teachers in Turkey  Sheila Tobias (USA), Math Anxiety: An Update.  
Session
1. SIVYLLA chair: Wolfgang Henn 
Session 2. DAMO chair: Joe Trash 
Session 3.
THEANO chair: Jane Baldwin 
Poster Session I. chair: Deb Hughes Hallet & Ignatis Vakalis 

14:30  14:50  Dan Fendel, Diane Resek (USA) A Case for Teaching Exploration  William Bauldry, Richard Vitray (USA) From Discrete to Continuous: A New Calculus Curriculum  Megakalis Sotiropoulos (Greece) Teaching of Concepts Using Mathematical Structures and their Computer Realization  B.Bansenauer, J. Clay, A. Smith, LABbased Calculus Reform at the University of WisconsinEau Claire. M.Barry, J.S.Williams, The "Test and Learn" Server. S.Brown, J.Bergman, Show Me the Mathematics. F.Bubenik, Computer Algebra Systems in Mathematical Subjects. V.Dagdilelis, M. Satratzemi Post's Machine Picoworld as a Bridge Between Programming and Mathematics: Didactic Considerations. M.Diamantis, M.Hartog, Results from a Mathematics "Laboratory" Component to a Mathematics Content Course for Prospective Elementary/Middle School Teachers. J.J.Edgell, A Geometric Model for Cognitively Understanding xm/n. M.Ehrlich, Teaching Undergraduates with Math Manipulatives. T.M.Gagen, Some Experiences with Distance Education in Mathematics at the University of Sydney. J.Hirst, H.Hirst, Technology in Undergraduate Pure Mathematics Courses. A.Balas, Assessment of Pedagogical Reform and Curriculum Transformation in College Algebra. P.Kent, P.Ramsden, Trajectories for Learning: Mathematica for a Dynamics Course. L.Kinnunen, T.Terho, M.Pesonen, Promoting the PreService Math Teachers' Identification to the Profession Within Their Undergraduate Mathematics Subject Studies. M.Majewski, Exploring 3D Mathematical Objects with Maple V and POVRay. M.McConnell, Innovative Teaching Strategies: Using Writing Assignments in Teaching Mathematics. B.PollackJohnson, A.Borchardt, The Use of StudentGenerated Projects to Teach Mathematics. D.A.Quinney, ODEArchitect. B.Ramirez, J.Quintana, Using CBLTechnology to Improve Science Education in Puerto Rico. M.Rosenzweig, Organizing Effectively for Cooperative Learning. A.Samson, R.Jackson, J.Callender, Teaching Mathematics and Statistics Using Computer Algebra Packages. E.Schuster, Playing and Experimenting in Teaching Mathematics. V.Spiliotopoulou, University Students' Models of Two Geometrical Problems. L.Wood, Advanced Mathematical Discourse  
14:50  15:10  Ivan Cnop (Belgium) A Uniform ComputerSupported Approach to Analysis: Process, Concept and Proofs  Andrew Balas, Brian Bansesauer, Jeffrey Clay, Alex Smith (USA) Assessing Calculus Reform at University of Winsconsin  eau Claire  Heather Ainsley, Claude Ghaoui (UK) An Investigation into the Use of WWW Technology for Modeling the Conceptual Structure of Mathematical Learning Material  
15:10  15:30  Francisco Botana, Jose Valcarce (Spain) On Proof in Some Dynamic Geometry Systems  P. Vlachos, Thanasis Kehagias (Greece) Mathematics Reform and Introduction of Computer Aided Instruction in an International Liberal Arts College  MarieClaude Duban, Ghislane JolyBlanchard, Nicolas Salzmann (France) Teaching Mathematics with Electronic Teaching Supports  
15:30  15:50  Darko Veljan (Croatia) A Course in Elementary Mathematics for MathMajor Students  Martine Cleve (Belgium) The Use of the Graphing Calculator in Calculus Applied to Economics  Eugeny Smirnov, Vladimir Afanasiev, Valeri Gusev (Russia) Visual Methods of Teaching Applying to Mathematics  
15:50  16:10  Nitsa MovshovitzHadar (Israel) Transparent PseudoProofsA Bridge to Formal Proofs  A. Louis Abrahamson (USA) An Overview of Teaching and Learning Research with Classroom Communication Systems (CCSs)  


Session 1.
SIVYLLA chair: Bill McCallum 
Session 2. DAMO chair: Florence Gordon 
Session 3. THEANO chair: Shelly Gordon 
Session 4. DIDO chair: Pat Cretchley 
Session 5. FIVI chair: Johann Engelbrecht 

09:30  09:50  Desmond FearnleySander (Australia) Mathematics for Computer Scienceand Conversely  Helmut Heugl (Austria) The Module Principle in Trigonometry  Karen Thrash (USA) Preparing Students for CalculusPrecalculus from the Consortium Based at Harvard University  Michael McCabe (UK) Strategies for Computer Assisted Assessment in Mathematics  Ruth Hubbard (Australia) Why Do Students Attend Lectures and What Do They Learn? 
09:50  10:10  Ladnor Geissinger (USA) Mathwright Library: Interactive Math Workbooks on the Web  P. Doyle, R.S. Ferguson, D. Sprevak (UK) Using Microsoft's New HTML Help System to Construct an Active Book for Introductory Mathematics Courses in Engineering and Science  May Abboud, Samer Habre (Lebanon) Innovative Methods in Teaching and Assessing Calculus StudentsA Case Study  Rein Prank (Estonia) Using Computers for Problem Solving Tests  Warwick Evans, Jean Flower (UK) An Experiment in PeerTutoring 
10:10  10:30  Jean Flower, Adrian Oldknow (UK) Creating Dynamic Teaching Tools for Mathematics  Yanjie Zhao (Japan) Blind Trust in Computer Algebra Systems and Mathematical Formula Tables in Mathematics Education  Brenda Lee (Taiwan) Drawing Linear and Quadratic Graphs Without Using a Table of Values  Dhiya AlJumeily, Paul Strickland (UK) An Intelligent Computer Algebra System for the World Wide WebMathsWeb  Nikos Klaoudatos (Greece) Active and ResearchMinded Attitudes Towards Mathematics: What Does it Mean in Mathematics Education? 
10:30  10:50  Vibeke Svaneborg, Jens Peter Touborg, Nils Fruensgaard (Denmark) Mathematics in the Danish Upper Secondary School  Wolfram Eid (Germany) Aspects and Problems of Mathematical Modeling in Mathematics Teaching and its Integration in Mathematics Examinations (#51/3.34)  Owe Kagesten (Sweden) Learning Through a Great Variety of Learning and Assessment Methods (#94/3.24)  Simeon Vassilev, Penka Gueorguieva, Violeta Kinova (Bulgaria) Test Control of Students' Knowledge in the Teaching of Mathematical and General Engineering Disciplines (#175/3.44)  Peter F. Coutis, Leigh N. Wood (Australia) Utilizing Technology to Maximize Student Learning: A Case Study 
10:50  11:10  Victor Firsov (Russia) General Mathematics Education in Russia and the Former USSR  Holly Hirst, Jeffry Hirst (USA) Incorporating Modeling into Undergraduate Courses  Jurie Conradie (South Africa) The Three R's: Reading, Writing, and Calculus Reform  Delia Baldontin, P. Marin (Spain) Experts Tutoring Reductions  Halil Ardahan, Yasar Ersoy (Turkey) A Comparative Study on Pupils' Achievement and Common Mistakes in Solving Word Problems Related to Directed Numbers 
Session 1.
SIVYLLA chair: Huriye Ankar 
Session 2. DAMO chair: Jane Baldwin 
Session 3. THEANO chair: Joe Thrash 
Poster Session II chair: Deb Hughes Hallet & Ignatis Vakalis 

14:30  14:50  Sheila Tobias (USA) and Frans Birrer (Netherlands) Mathematics at WorkCases out of the Real World  Joel Hillel, Anna Sierpinska, Tommy Dreyfus (Canada/Israel) Investigating Linear Transformations with Cabri  Fulvia Furinghetti, Domingo Paola (Italy) Hypermedia: A New Scenario for Facing the Problems of Classroom Practice  J.L.Arahovitis, On Connections with Other Disciplines' Mathematical Models of Cognitive Theories. Kh.N.Boyadzhiev, Fourier Analysis and Partial Differential Equations with Maple and TI85. B.E.West, Financial Mathematics and Adults Returning to the University. R.E.Farnsworth, The Effect of the Use of FootnoteStyle Referenced Reasons in the Teaching and Learning of Proof in Geometry. B.Ferrucci, J.Carter, Integrating Graphing Technology and Algebraic Reasoning into a Program for Prospective Secondary School Mathematics Teachers. D.Gavalas, Systemic Study of the "Teaching System". Category Theory as Background for Foundation and Teaching of Mathematics. F.Gordon, Using RealWorld Data in the Teaching and Learning of Mathematics. J.Graver, Calculus for the Life Sciences with the TI92. J.Gruber, How the Pythagorean Theory of Metempsychosis and Plato's Theories of ANAMNESIS and MAIEUTIC and Psychotherapeutic Methods Can Be Helpful in Teaching and Learning Mathematics. G.A.Harris, Issues in the Undergraduate Mathematics Preparation of School Teachers: A World Wide Web Site. H.Henning, Practicizing Math as a Method of Recognition. S.Huggett, Assessment by Viva in Elementary Group Theory. E.Kaminski, Towards an Understanding of Teacher Education Students' Use of Number Sense. Z.Liu, G.Smith, L.Wood, Rethinking the Teaching of Mean Value Theorem. J.Long, S.Cluxton, Calculus: An Olympic Event. K.C.Mittag, L.B.Collins, How do Reform Calculus I Students Perform in Traditional Calculus Courses? D.Nomishan, The Constructivist Approach to Teaching Undergraduate Mathematics Concepts. T.Patronis, An Analysis of Individual Students' Views of Mathematics and its Uses: The Influence of Academic Teaching and Other Social Contexts. D.Petocz, N.Smith, P.Petocz, Inverse FunctionsA New Approach for Teaching and Learning. B.PollackJohnson, A.Borchardt, Teaching the Entire Process of ProblemSolving in a Mathematics Course for Business and Social Science Students. J.E.Quinn, An Interactive Problem Solving Unit. S.Saads, G.Davis, K.Hirst, Exploring How Students Make Sense of Polyhedral Sensory Data. J.Thrash, Conceptual Calculus. D.R.Traylor, E.Szecsy, An Innovative Integrated Mathematics/Science Course for Prospective Elementary Teachers. R.Welchman, B.Freeouf, Stimulating Your College Students with Science, Technology, Education and Mathematics Interdisciplinary Curricula (SYSTEMIC). A.Scaringella, Some interactive applications in Java related to nuclear magnetic resonance for distance learning on the web  
14:50  15:10  Sheldon Gordon, Florence Gordon (USA) Functioning in the Real World  Dennis Pence (USA) Linear Algebra Activities on the TI92 Plus  Geoff Smith, Leigh Wood (Australia) Examination Responses to Changes in Undergraduate Mathematics Assessment  
15:10  15:30  Neil Challis, Harry Gretton (UK) Embedding Technology in Mathematics Courses  Despina Stylianou (USA) Undergraduate Students' Understanding of Solutions of a System of Equations  Mehmet Caglar, Yasar Ersoy (Turkey) Relevant Factors Affecting Pupils' Study Habits, Attitudes and the Perceptions about the Functions of Mathematics  
15:30  15:50  Alkiviadis Akritas, Zamir Bavel (USA) The Great Ideas of Mathematics Taught with the Aid of Mathematica  Alkistis Klapsinou, Eddie Gray (UK) Subsidizing Definitions in a Linear Algebra Course  Angustias Vallecillos (Spain) Research and Teaching of Statistical Inference  
15:50  16:10  Matti Heilio (Finland) Technology and Mathematics Education: A Challenge for Universities and Teacher's Training  Ronald H. Wenger (USA) Research Methods Used to Study CAS Use in a Multivariable Calculus Course  Ian Malabar, D.C. Pountney (UK) Assessing Visualization Skills in Mathematics Education  


Session 1.
SIVYLLA chair: Ignatis Vakalis 
Session 2. DAMO chair: Huriye Ankar 
Session 3. THEANO chair: Karen Thrash 
Session 4. DIDO chair: Deb Hughes Hallett 
Session 5. FIVI chair: Wolfgang Henn 

09:30  09:50  Yiannis Matsinos, Giorgos Kokkoris (Greece) From Disciplinary to Interdisciplinary: Challenges in Teaching Entry Level Mathematics Courses to Environmental Sciences Majors  M.A. GonzalezLeon, G. RodriguezSanchez, A. de la Villa Cuenca (Spain) Some Experiences in the Use of Software Packages to Teach Differential Geometry  Patrick Tobin (Australia) Forces for Change in Undergraduate Mathematics  Patricia Cretchley (Australia) Factors Which Improve Achievement in Undergraduate Mathematics: A Comparison  Meira Hockman (South Africa) Insights into Geometry: Creative Teaching and Creative Learning 
09:50  10:10  Kyle Siegrist (USA) Virtual Laboratories in Probability and Statistics  Bill Blyth, John Shepard (Australia) Nonlinear Mathematics Using Maple in First Year  Edith Schneider (Austria) New Technology: A New Chance for "Old" Didactic Ideas?  Werner Peschek (Austria) Mathematical Concepts and New Technology  Poul Jungersen (Denmark) TI92 Use in the Danish Upper Secondary School 
10:10  10:30  Generosa Cossa (Mozambique) and Johann Englebrecht (South Africa) Use of Computer Based Training in Mathematics Classrooms in Mozambique  Ying Zhou, Walter Gall (USA) Using Maple to Teach Introductory Numerical Analysis  Stylianos G. Vernikos, Anastasios Dimou, Maria Chionidou (Greece) The Lost Honor of the Proof  Stephen Hegedus (UK) Towards a Psychology of Mathematical Thinking: A Methodological Tool for Analyzing Undergraduates' Metacognitive Behavior in the Calculus  Yasar Ersoy and Adnan Baki (Turkey) Technology Preparation for Inservice Mathematics Teachers Through ShortTerm Inservice Courses 
10:30  10:50  Betty Ramirez, Julio Quintana (USA) Integrating Mathematics and Science Teaching by Using Technology  Karol Gajda, Adam Marlewski (Poland) Computer Algebra Support in Lessons on Numerical Methods  Lara Alcock, Adrian Simpson (UK) Definitions in University Students' Perceptions of Structure  Moses A. Boudourides, Maria A. Ammari (UK) Constructivism and Mathematics Education  Tibor Nemetz (Hungary) Mathematical Project Work in Schools 
10:50  11:10  Gavin Cole (Australia) Operations Research as a Paradigm for the Teaching of Undergraduate Mathematics  Reza Abbasian (USA) Research in Computational Mathematics Using Maple: A Capstone Course  Keldibay Alymkulov, Guldaban Matieva (Kyrguyz Rep.) Problems of Teaching Mathematics  Barbara Georgiadou, Potari Despina (Greece) Exploring Prospective Primary School Teachers' Understanding of Mathematics Through the Development of their Pedagogical Knowledge  


Session 1.
SIVYLLA chair: Bill McCallum 
Session 2. DAMO chair: Pat Cretchley 
Session 3. THEANO chair: Doug Quinney 
Session 4. DIDO chair: Flo Gordon 
Session 5. FIVI chair: Shelly Gordon 

09:30  09:50  Michiel Doorman (Netherlands) Different Approaches in Calculus Education  Hermann Kautschitsch (Austria) "New" Visualization and the Teaching of Mathematics with THALES  Athinodoros Panagiotidis (Greece) Enriching the World of Communications with New Conferencing Tools with Applications in Teaching Mathematics Through Distance Learning in Real Time  Peter Petocz, Leigh Wood (Australia) The Effects of VideoBased Materials on Mathematics Learning  Walter G. Spunde (Australia) Potential Influences of Computer Notation on Mathematics Teaching 
09:50  10:10  Bernhard Kutzler (Austria) Mathematics = Intellectual Exercises + Thinking + Problem Solving  Slavik Jablan (Yugoslavia) Two Educational WWW Presentations and Their Philosophy  Miriam Lerner Melamed, Marimar M. Stahl (Brazil) Statistics Tables and Charts for Educators  Frances Rosamond (USA) Constructing a History of Mathematics Web Page as Part of a History of Mathematics Course: Issues and Research  Nada Stehlikova (Czech Republic) An Algebraic StructureRestricted Arithmetics 
10:10  10:30  Leonard Louis Raj (United Arab Emirates) The Effects of a Computer Algebra System on the Learning of and Attitudes Towards Mathematics Amongst Engineering Students in Papua New Guinea  Monika Schwarze (Germany) Examples of Learning and Teaching Geometry with new technologies and the WWW  Vladimir Batagelj, Matjaz Zaversnik (Slovenia) Mathematical NetBooks  Klaus Aspetsberger (Austria) Teaching Integrals with the TI92A Chance of Making a Complex Mathematical Concept Elementary  Blas Ruiz, Francisco Gutie'rrez, Jose E. Gallardo (Spain) Functional Programming Languages: Tools for the Analysis of Mathematical Conjectures 
10:30  10:50  Paul Weichsel (USA) Calculus Assessment at the University of Illinois  Martin GarbayoMoreno, Eugenio RoanesLozano, Eugenio RoanesMacias (Spain) Experimenting with Drawing Periodic Geometric Designs with the Package TortDeco  Asuman Oktac, Hartwig Stein (Mexico) Linear Algebra at a Virtual University  Julie Hannah (South Africa) Student Use of the Graphics Calculator  Kari Ylinen (Finland) Introducing the Real Numbers and Infinitesimals in Elementary Analysis: Aspects of Standard and Nonstandard Analysis 
10:50  11:10  Michele Artique, Badr Defouad (France) Conceptual Understanding and the Development of Instrumented Schemes and Techniques  K. Alymkulov, G. Matieva (Kyrguyz Republic) About Teaching Geometry at Universities  Vanco Cabukovski (FYROM) Agentbased Undergraduate Distance Education SystemMATHEIS (Mathematical Electronic Interactive System)  S. Kenneth Houston (UK) Embedding Core Skills in Undergraduate Mathematics Courses  Philipp Heuberger (Finland) A Mathematical Software Environment for Teaching Algebra, Logic, and Term Rewriting 